Netflix Reveals Huge Fall 2021 Movie Schedule, Including Red Notice, Army of Thieves Release Dates

As it has been doing for a good while now, Netflix will be dropping at least one movie a week throughout fall 2021, and it’s announced the full schedule. The streamer is dropping some heavy hitters through the coming months including the massive action film Red Notice, the Army of the Dead spin-off film Army of Thieves, its usual Christmas fare, and awards contenders like The Power of Dog and Worth. Basically, if you like movies, Netflix has something for you with its fall 2021 schedule. Also of note is that Netflix has a few films landing in theaters in the coming months, and they aren’t all films that are award contenders, showing the studio is at least tepidly looking at returning to theaters in a new way after COVID.

The fall 2021 lineup of films has an impressive list of actors and directors involved including Melissa McCarthy, Jonathan Majors, Halle Berry, Kate Mara, Andrew Garfield, Lin Manuel-Miranda, Leonardo DiCaprio, Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds, Gal Gadot, Idris Elba, Jonathan Majors, Regina King, Jennifer Lawrence, Adam McKay, and Benedict Cumberbatch to name a few. However, the most important aspect of this release schedule is confirmation that the Christmas Prince/Princess Switch connected universe will continue on when The Princess Switch 3 release this November.

SEPTEMBER
AFTERLIFE OF THE PARTY ⬥ On Netflix 9/2
WORTH ⬥ On Netflix 9/3
BLOOD BROTHERS: MALCOLM X & MUHAMMAD ALI ⬥ On Netflix 9/9
KATE ⬥ In select theaters and on Netflix 9/10
NIGHTBOOKS ⬥ On Netflix 9/15
SCHUMACHER ⬥ On Netflix 9/15
INTRUSION ⬥ On Netflix 9/22
THE STARLING ⬥ In select theaters 9/17 ⬥ On Netflix 9/24
MY LITTLE PONY: A NEW GENERATION ⬥ On Netflix 9/24
SOUNDS LIKE LOVE ⬥ On Netflix 9/29
NO ONE GETS OUT ALIVE ⬥ On Netflix 9/29
OCTOBER
THE GUILTY⬥ In select theaters 9/24 ⬥ On Netflix 10/1
DIANA: THE MUSICAL ⬥ On Netflix 10/1
THERE’S SOMEONE INSIDE YOUR HOUSE ⬥ On Netflix 10/6
FOUND ⬥ On Netflix 10/20
NIGHT TEETH ⬥ On Netflix 10/20
STUCK TOGETHER On Netflix 10/1
ARMY OF THIEVES ⬥ On Netflix 10/29
HYPNOTIC ⬥ On Netflix this October
FEVER DREAM ⬥ In select theaters and on Netflix this October
NOVEMBER
THE HARDER THEY FALL ⬥ In select theaters 10/22 ⬥ On Netflix 11/3
LOVE HARD ⬥ On Netflix 11/5
A COP MOVIE ⬥ On Netflix 11/5
PASSING ⬥ In select theaters 10/27 ⬥ On Netflix 11/10
RED NOTICE ⬥ On Netflix 11/12
tick, tick…BOOM! ⬥ In select theaters 11/12 ⬥ On Netflix 11/19
BRUISED ⬥ In select theaters 11/17
ROBIN ROBIN ⬥ On Netflix 11/24
14 PEAKS: NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE ⬥ On Netflix 11/29
7 PRISONERS ⬥ In select theaters and on Netflix this November
A BOY CALLED CHRISTMAS ⬥ On Netflix this November
A CASTLE FOR CHRISTMAS ⬥ On Netflix this November
THE PRINCESS SWITCH 3 ⬥ On Netflix this November
DECEMBER
THE POWER OF THE DOG ⬥ In select theaters 11/17* ⬥ On Netflix 12/1
SHAUN THE SHEEP: THE FLIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS ⬥ On Netflix 12/3
THE UNFORGIVABLE ⬥ In select theaters 11/24 ⬥ On Netflix 12/10
THE HAND OF GOD ⬥ In select theaters 12/3** ⬥ On Netflix 12/15
DON’T LOOK UP ⬥ In select theaters 12/10 ⬥ On Netflix 12/24
THE LOST DAUGHTER ⬥ In select theaters 12/17 ⬥ On Netflix 12/31
BACK TO THE OUTBACK⬥ On Netflix this December
MIXTAPE ⬥ On Netflix this December
SINGLE ALL THE WAY ⬥ On Netflix this December
Matthew Razak
Matthew Razak is a film critic with more than a decade of experience reviewing and talking about movies, TV shows, and videogames. He runs the website Flixist.com and will talk your ear off about James Bond movies, Doctor Who, Zelda, and Star Trek.

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